Day 1: Arrive at Bonifacio
Welcome to Bonifacio! Located at the southern tip of Corsica is the most visited city of Corsica and for good reason.
The old town, built on an immense limestone cliffs overlooking nearly 70 meters tall narrow sea passage of Bonifacio. With its tall buildings and crowded streets, it has many treasures to discover. First night on board.
Day 2: 11 miles Piantarella bay and Lavezzi Islands
Faced with the Lavezzi islands Piantarella is a real lagoon with its beautiful sandy beach especially popular spot for its kite surfing and windsurfing. In some places the water is very low and allows you to link, feet in the water, the island of Piana and the bank. Crystalline turquoise waters have nothing to envy to those of the Caribbean!
Heading to the Lavezzi Islands, nature reserve since 1982, an archipelago of small islands and granite reefs. Anchor at the Cala Lazzarina where you can use your snorkel to explore the seabed or relax on the beautiful sandy beaches or even walk along the few roads available. The fauna and flora of these islands are exceptional and it is a must stop!
Day 3: 12 miles The Gulf of Sant'Amanza
Sailing to the Gulf Sant'Amanza, one of the most beautiful on the island. It has a unique charm, surrounded by its limestone cliffs and granite rocks!
It is also the ideal place for windsurfers, with its small beaches all sheltered from the winds!
The sunsets are beautiful at... Sant'Amanza.
Day 4: 10 miles The Bays of Santa Giulia and Rondinara
These sleepy bays, worthy of the most beautiful postcards are among the most beautiful sites of Corsica not to be missed.. The Bay of Santa Giulia, with its rocks, crystal clear water and fine white sand is so beautiful.
Mooring buoys are available for boats. Further south, Rondinara Bay natural bay sheltered from strong currents, reveals a turquoise of exceptional quality blue sea.
Day 5: 24 miles Heading Islands Budelli then Razzoli and La Maddalena
The Isle of Budelli is part of the National Park of La Maddalena. You can visit "by far" the famous pink beach, Spiaggia Rosa because it is forbidden to swim, to walk, or even to walk on her pink sand whose characteristic is to be made up of many pieces of coral, shell fragments and shards of granite rock.
You can navigate to the coves of Cala Cala Piatto and Cisternone and there snorkelling in clear blue turquoise waters.
Then towards the island of Razzoli, where you can head to the exotic Cala Lunga.
Lastly towards the picturesque port of the island of La Maddalena to visit this very friendly village, an ancient village of fishermen, bustling with restaurants, night markets and shops. A must see!
Warning: to navigate the Maddalena Archipelago, you must obtain a special permit, on www.lamaddalenapark.net.
Day 6: 16 miles Northern Sardinia, Palau and Santa Teresa di Gallura
Palau is one of the most famous locations in northern Sardinia.
In summer, the city comes alive in a special way along the harbor and along the main street, Via Nazionale, with a concentration of shops and small restaurants of typical Sardinian cuisine.
Cultural side around Palau, you can go to the rock of Capo d'Orso, a large rock sculpted by the wind recalls precisely the shape of a bear, but also the many archaeological sites in Palau.
Then, towards Santa Teresa Gallura, located on a small promontory, just across Bonifacio. This is a famous seaside resort with an attractive village with colorful houses and cobbled streets, which is organized around the church of San Vittorio. Its marina is well sheltered in a bay that extends deep into the interior.
Day 7: 9 miles return Bonifacio. Disembarking on Saturday morning at 09am.
Bonifacio is one of the highlights of the Corsica island and is peppered with nice restaurants and bars.
Either before or after dinner, head up to Citadelle de Bonifacio. It’s a hilltop fortress with eagle eye views down on the old town and surrounding harbour where little fishing boats rub up against the fenders of visiting superyachts.
After a long week of adventure and exploring, you’ll be ready to prepare for leaving the yacht for the morning. See you the next year!